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Zem, Judy, Pam, and Ceres, 

I'm keeping track of your rose suggestions so I can look them up.  I have to
plant a compact rose, so it sounds like  'The Chestnut Rose'  might get too
large for this garden space.  I have a garden of my mom's that needs
rejuvenating, maybe it would work there.

Photography is one of my avocational interests.  I wish I had the time to
take more classes. In the summer, I love to get out early and photograph the
plants in the garden.  I'm not great at landscapes, but since I bought a
tripod I hope to get better. Now if I could only figure out how to take
better slides!

Long Island, NY
Zone 7a (Average min temp 50 - 00)

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